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Russia suspends flights to European countries

Russia suspends flights to European countries
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Since March 13, Russia has introduced a temporary restriction on passenger flights to Italy, Germany, Spain and France. It will also temporarily prohibit the issuance of visas to Italian citizens, with the exception of business, humanitarian, diplomatic and official.

By decision of the operational headquarters to prevent the importation and spread of a new coronavirus infection, the restriction will not affect regular flights from Moscow to Rome, Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Paris and vice versa. These flights will be operated only through terminal F of Sheremetyevo International Airport.

Charter flights to these countries will continue. They will be carried out for the delivery of Russian citizens and other foreigners, as well as for the export of Russians to their homeland.

In Russia, it is now limited Air communication with South Korea, North Korea and Japan. According to the latest data, 118 thousand people around the world have contracted the new coronavirus in 114 countries. In Russia, 28 cases were registered. Experts from the World Health Organization considered that a new type of coronavirus is acquiring pandemic nature.

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